Jacqueline is a partner and the Team Leader of the Firm’s Appellate Practice Department. She has had significant appellate success in the New York State Court of Appeals and in the intermediate appellate courts in medical, legal, dental, psychiatric and chiropractic malpractice actions as well as general liability matters. Jacqueline also has extensive experience in complex motion practice defending health care practitioners and hospitals as well as landlords and security companies.
Jacqueline has obtained numerous appellate decisions favorable to the defense bar including a noteworthy ruling in the Court of Appeals concerning the enforcement of conditional orders of preclusion, along with a landmark decision on informed consent in the First Department and the first decision issued by the Second Department on the utilization of Frye hearings.
Jacqueline is a contributing author to the treatise New York Medical Malpractice. She is also a contributing author to the Outside Counsel section of the New York Law Journal and she conducts CLE lectures.
This program will address the legal and practical issues that attorneys, litigants, and the courts will face as litigation resumes in an era of social distancing. The discussion will focus on challenges involving jury trials with particular emphasis ...